The Art of Trespassing

By (author): Anna Leventhal

Contributors explore the urban systems and structures that frame our everyday lives. The Art of Trespassing imagines networks, neighbourhoods, and relationships, exposing them as both confining and liberating.


Anna Leventhal

Anna Leventhal’s acclaimed short story collection Sweet Affliction (Invisible Publishing) won the Quebec Writers’ Federation Concordia University First Book Prize and was named one of the best books of 2014 by the CBC. Her writing has appeared in Geist, Matrix, Maisonneuve, The Montreal Review of Books, and several short fiction anthologies. She was nominated for the Journey Prize, won a Quebec Writing Competition award, and was shortlisted for a Canada Writes award. She lives in Montreal.


“An anthology of new writers that sparkles with imagination, energy, and flashes of poetry. And perhaps most importantly, it’s an awfully fun read.”—Jonathan Goldstein, author of Lenny Bruce is Dead

“All of these unique and emerging voices leave a calm sense of questioning — you will never look at yourself or your neighbourhood the same way again after reading this book.”—


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160 Pages
8.0in * 5.0in * 0.5in


April 15, 2008



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